The Jeep Cherokee has been on the market for a while now, and it has earned its place as one of the most popular small SUVs available. Jeep has increased the appeal of the Cherokee by offering it in a variety of different trim levels. This makes it easy to find a Cherokee with the features, performance, and capability that you are looking for.

The Cherokee trim lineup starts with the Latitude trim. It comes with a seven-inch touchscreen display as standard, along with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto support. This is a great option if you are looking for a competent and reliable daily driver to get you around Duncannon. If you step up to the Latitude Plus trim, you get blind-spot monitoring and rear cross-path detection as standard, along with upgraded cloth and vinyl seats.

The Altitude trim gives you all of the safety and tech features that can be found on the Latitude trims, combined with a sharper-looking package. The Altitude comes with gloss black 18-inch aluminum wheels and blacked-out badges to finish off the more aggressive look. The Latitude Lux trim is a superb choice if you want a more luxurious daily, as it features more power, more technology, and more amenities than the previous trims. The power gains come from the 3.2L Pentastar V6, which is standard on the Latitude Lux. It also gets advanced safety features like full-speed forward collision warning with active braking and lane departure warning with lane-keep assist. These features will help to keep you safe as you cruise around Harrisburg, and the premium leather interior will keep you comfortable during your adventures.

The Limited trim steps up the features even further with the advanced 8.4-inch touchscreen display running Uconnect 4C with navigation. You also get convenient features like the kick operated power liftgate, the heated seats, and the heated steering wheel. The premium Nappa leather interior provides a lush cocoon for you and all of your passengers as you commute to Mechanicsburg.

The Upland trim is the first dedicated offroading trim of the Cherokee lineup, and it comes with a 4X4 system as standard. You can tell it apart by its distinctive black badging with sky blue accents and the matte black tow hooks. The Upland also features a more aggressive front and rear facia that help to add to the offroading nature of the vehicle. The 17-inch black noise wheels are wrapped in all-terrain tires, which will help you when you take on the trails around town. The North Edition also comes with 4X4 as standard, and it pairs many of the Upland's offroading features with luxurious amenities like an 8.4-inch touchscreen display. It also comes with heated front seats and a heated steering wheel, which can be quite useful during the winter.

The Trailhawk is the most capable trim level available for the Jeep Cherokee. The Trailhawk has unique styling that helps to set it apart from other Cherokee trim levels. It has red tow hooks up front, and its front bumper has been optimized to increase the Cherokee's approach and departure angles. The Trailhawk features a slight lift when compared to other Cherokee models, and it has a specially tuned 4X4 system that gives you more control over its performance.

The most opulent trim available for the Cherokee is the High Altitude trim. It features unique 19-inch granite crystal wheels as standard along with body-color fascias and granite crystal colored badges. The High Altitude also has heated Nappa leather seats and a heated leather-wrapped steering wheel. Once you enter the cabin of the High Altitude, you are greeted by nothing but high-quality materials and excellent craftsmanship.

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To get a better breakdown of each of the Cherokee's trim levels, you can reach out to our team at Forrer Dodge. They will be able to answer all of your questions, and they can help you pick out which Jeep Cherokee trim level has the features you are looking for. If you're in Newport or Carlisle, we'd love to assist you with getting your new Jeep Cherokee today.

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